In the first official week of spring, the southern parts of Saskatchewan will have to prepare for some snow.
Environment Canada issued winter storm warnings for the southwest corner of Saskatchewan.
A low-pressure system will bring a mix of heavy snow, freezing rain and strong winds on Thursday and into Friday.
Wind gusts are expected to reach up to 70 kilometres an hour Thursday. About 10 centimetres of snow is expected to fall by mid-Friday.
The storm is expected to move east on Friday, bringing up to 10 centimetres, or about four inches of snow to areas near the U.S. border which are under a winter storm watch right now.
Visibility may be reduced due to the mixture of wind and snow.
Travelling could be difficult due to rapidly accumulating snow and sections of road becoming slippery. Check the Highway Hotline for updated road conditions.